OPB | March 20, 2017
For the new “Oregon Experience” documentary “Broken Treaties,” native Oregonians reflect on what has been lost since and what’s next for their tribes.
OPB | March 20, 2017
In its 17 years, "Oregon Art Beat" has traveled all across the state to profile some of the many Native American artists creating work right here in Oregon. Here are just a few artists you should know about.
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NW Life | Entertainment | FoodOPB | March 13, 2017 8:30 a.m.
Do grocery-store checkout conversations give you social anxiety? Are dinner parties dead? And who, exactly, is the "average" home cook? "The Four Top" panelists consider these questions.
'The Four Top': Food Network Champion Tells All | Are Laptop Squatters Killing Cafes? | Surprising Reasons Why Kids Should CookOPB | Feb. 27, 2017 6:30 a.m.
What's really happening behind the scenes at the Food Network? Are so-called "laptop squatters" bad for business or good for café culture? And could a cooking class improve your child's test scores? To find out, listen to episode 13 of “The Four Top.”
Visiting a government building isn’t always a happy experience — let alone a deep, moving one. But Southwest Washington government agencies are embracing the use of art in their public spaces.
With the help of Megan Scott, the fresh new face of "The Joy of Cooking," our panelists question fake food holidays before tackling the troubling class divide between foodies and those less fortunate.
History | NW Life | News | local | Oregon HistoryOPB | Dec. 7, 2016 8 a.m. | Brookings, Oregon
In 1962 the junior chamber of commerce in Brookings invited a Japanese fighter pilot to be an honored guest in the town's Azalea Festival. The pilot had tried to destroy the town 20 years earlier.
Whether you call them hazelnuts or filberts, this season's abundant Willamette Valley crop is in, and it's time to celebrate a rebound led by the Oregon State University-developed Jefferson tree.
Julie Keefe has spent decades photographing seismic events and everyday life in Portland's black community for the Skanner newspaper, as seen in an exhibition at the Oregon Historical Society.